Anaheim Ducks Gm Resigns After Misconduct Allegations; One Of Several Toxic Work Environment Investigations At Major Sports Franchises

Anaheim Ducks Gm Resigns After Misconduct Allegations; One Of Several Toxic Work Environment Investigations At Major Sports Franchises
One day after being placed on administrative leave due to a “professional conduct” investigation, Anaheim Ducks Executive Vice President/General Manager Bob Murray resigned his position, effective immediately, saying he will enroll in an alcohol-treatment program. It’s one of several high-profile sports scandals to emerge in the past week or so alleging inappropriate behavior by team executives.

“I want to apologize to anyone adversely affected by my behavior,” Murray said in a statement released by the team today. “I vow to make changes to my life, starting with enrolling in a treatment program. I want to thank (team owners) Henry and Susan Samueli, along with (CEO) Michael Schulman, as working for them has been one of the highlights of my career.

“As I step away from the Ducks, I will focus my attention on where it should be: improving my life for the betterment of my family and friends.
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